Thursday, August 10, 2006

Mel has cooties!!!

EVERYONE is distancing themselves from the King of Malibu! The cheese stands alone! There you go, Sugar Tits!

I understand Disney is trying to dump his project with them, too!
And why would Mel do a story about the Halocaust anyway? Isn't he one of those freaks who believes that it didn't happen? Obviously it was for the $$$ not because he believed in the project as a humanitarian. Fucktard.

sorry for no pics, Blogger doesn't want to cooperate today


off of SFGate:

Holocaust Drama to Air Without Gibson?

Mel Gibson has suffered another blow after being lambasted for his anti-Semitic rant last month -- his TV Holocaust mini-series may still go ahead, but with another producer.

TV executives dumped the project, based on the memoir of Dutch Jew Flory Van Beek, when Gibson made headlines with his controversial comments.

But TV Guide magazine says the series could still go ahead after learning TV bosses are in the middle of secret talks with another production company.

Quinn Taylor, ABC TV's chief of movies and miniseries, backs up the reports, stating, "It is a great story and it should be told independent of Mel Gibson's views." But bosses at Gibson's production company, Icon, are resisting calls to walk away from the mini-series, "Flory: Survival in the Valley of Death" -- something that upsets Los Angeles Rabbi Allen Freehling.

He says, "If ABC let Mel Gibson do this miniseries, with his distorted views of Jewish history and Jewish people, it would clearly be a way of profaning the six million Jews who lost their lives in the Holocaust."


Californian authorities have ruled that video and audio recordings of Gibson's drunk-driving arrest are not subject to the California Public Records Act, and will not be released, despite requests from a celebrity Web site. has approached Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca for tapes of the incident last month, in which the filmmaker allegedly blasted arresting officer James Mee, saying, "[bleep] Jews. The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world."

The Web site argues the recordings should be made public to determine whether Gibson was given special treatment by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

But Gary P. Gross, principal deputy for the county counsel's office, insists the material must remain sealed: "The records you have requested are records of the investigation and part of the investigatory file in this matter."

TMZ boss Harvey Levin will now wait to see "how the case plays out."

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